A Red Backed Shrike lured me to Seasalter on Wednesday afternoon and I joined messrs Ashton and Gutsell on the rear bank of the sailing club to watch this amazingly confiding juvenile at work catching crane flies and bees.
RED BACKED SHRIKE
Yesterday I caught up with the Black Necked Grebe in Dover Harbour,in the late morning the light was not good but by 3pm it was much better.
BLACK NECKED GREBE In the morning light.
And in the afternoon.
It has been seen opposite the Gateway flats eastern end.
So what else is about, at Samphire Hoe on tuesday
GOOD MORNING SAMPHIRE HOE
SPARROWHAWK TAKING FLIGHT.
COMMON SEAL OFF THE WALL.
THIS IS DEFINITELY THE LAST WHEATEAR FOR THIS YEAR-UNLESS.........
COME INTO MY PARLOUR SAID THE WASP SPIDER TO THE WALL BROWN.
And on monday on the cliffs-
SPOT THE RING OUZEL LANGDON HOLE
WALL BROWNS ON THE WALL OF SOUTH FORELAND LIGHTHOUSE